Luca was a typical six-year-old boy when he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, an aggressive type of bone cancer.
After 12 gruelling rounds of chemotherapy, Luca's parents were told the only way to save Luca's life was to amputate his right leg.
While Faye was on holiday with her family the furthest thing from her mind was a cancer diagnosis.
So Faye and her family were left devastated when Faye was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia after she fell sick on her holiday.
What started out as a sore leg for the then eight-year-old Briarna soon led to a diagnosis of Ewings Sarcoma.
For Briarna and her family receiving life-saving treatment meant relocating interstate.
For Chloe, who was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma in her spine last January, Marianne is a lifeline. Marianne is a Back on Track coordinator, providing education support for children and young people with cancer, like Chloe.
For Shelley, an unexpected broken rib lead to a startling diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma – blood cancer.
“We found comfort in being able to have everyone by Shelley’s bedside, which wouldn’t have been possible without the help of Fight Cancer Foundation,” said Shelley and her partner Andrew.
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